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  1. Version 1.3

    747 downloads

    A pair of subVIs for connecting a cluster of enums and booleans to a set of options in a menu (either the right-click shortcut menu on control or the VI menu bar). Adding new menu options requires only dropping a new boolean or enum in the cluster. See original conversation here. I use this heavily in User Interfaces, with display options being accessed via the shortcut menus of graphs, tables, and listboxes, rather than being independent controls on the Front Panel. Relies on the OpenG LabVIEW Data Library.
  2. Is there a way to interfere with the edit time shortcut menu of a front panel control? I want to be able to register for the Shortcut Menu Activation? filter event for the controls of a VI that's in edit mode, and inject my own menu items. I can only get this to work if the target VI is reserved for execution (running state), and not when idle. (To be clear, there are two VIs here. A running VI with an event structure that's meant to be interfering with the shortcut menus of the other's front panel controls whilst the operator is editing it. I want to be able to inject my own menu items.)
  3. Name: Shortcut Menu from Cluster Submitter: drjdpowell Submitted: 06 Mar 2013 Category: User Interface LabVIEW Version: 2011License Type: BSD (Most common) A pair of subVIs for connecting a cluster of enums and booleans to a set of options in a menu (either the right-click shortcut menu on control or the VI menu bar). Adding new menu options requires only dropping a new boolean or enum in the cluster. See original conversation here. I use this heavily in User Interfaces, with display options being accessed via the shortcut menus of graphs, tables, and listboxes, rather than being independent controls on the Front Panel. Relies on the OpenG LabVIEW Data Library. Click here to download this file
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